A review of two books.

Jonathan Sacks
May 17 2017 12:01AM

Is the recent upsurge of European populism a blip on the historical horizon, or the sign of a fundamental restructuring of the continent’s order?

May 1 2017 12:01AM

Contrary to popular belief, few terrorists truly work alone.

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross
Aug. 1 2016 12:01AM

Before IS there was al-Qaeda. After IS there will be something else.

July 29 2016 12:01AM

Should the West be learning about women’s rights from the ayatollahs?

July 7 2016 12:01AM

Integration is a two-way street.

Aryeh B. Bourkoff and Ari R. Hoffman
April 11 2016 12:01AM

Contrary to what you might think.

April 4 2016 12:01AM

A divided polity with a restive Muslim population.

Soeren Kern
March 25 2016 12:01AM

Are we Europeans doomed to suffer the loss of our inexhaustible cultural creativity, along with its source in Judeo-Christian tradition? The prospect must not be accepted.

Jan. 25 2016 12:01AM

For the sake of Europe’s future, it would pay to revisit the many warning signs that, though pointed out at the time, were mocked, dismissed, or denied.

Jan. 21 2016 12:01AM

Joseph Roth’s journalism.

Frederic Raphael
Jan. 18 2016 12:01AM

Can a collection of nation-states whose populations loathe each other hang together? Who knows, but it’s that or hang separately.

Jan. 18 2016 12:01AM

An idea hatched by its most advanced minds is now what Europe has to find its way past, if it can.

Wilfred McClay
Jan. 14 2016 12:01AM

Postmodern Europeans may not like to hear it, but nation-states are still essential to preserving the continent’s culture and safety.

Jan. 11 2016 12:01AM